A body found on a construction site leads Herb to try to free one of his father's clients who was convicted of murdering the man whose body was found. Season 2, Episode 14 (1960) Features William Boyett. (Note: A previous episode was listed as, "The Concrete Coffin" but the identification was incorrect. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Lock Up
Dick Tracy movie serial (1937) - 15 chapters Information about this serial can be found on its IMDb page. This serial is already uploaded to the archives but won't play in some browsers, so I'm uploading it again in another format so that those who are not otherwise be able to enjoy it can. Chapter 01 -The Spider Strikes Chapter 02 - The Bridge of Terror Chapter 03 - The Fur Pirates Chapter 04 - Death Ride the Sky Chapter 05 - Brother against Brother Chapter 06 - Dangerous Waters Chapter 07 -... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: movie serial, mystery, action, adventure, crime, drama, Dick Tracy, Ralph Byrd, Kay Hughes, Smiley...
A beat cop discovers that there's more than meets the eye to an apparent suicide by an elderly man. Friday and Smith find themselves looking for a murderer. Season 3, Episode 27 (1954) ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Dragnet
"Friends" of a cop steal his gun while he's at law school and use it in a safe burglary to shoot another cop. Maris investigates at the request of Weston. A confusing, oddly written episode. Season 1, Episode 20 (1960) A young Leonard Nimoy guest stars as the leader of the hood. The title is from IMDB but is most likely wrong as the name sounded like "Crady" rather than "Corry." ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Lock Up, Leonard Nimoy
The Lawless Years is the first television crime drama set during the Roaring 20s, having predated ABC's far more successful The Untouchables with Robert Stack by six months. The 47-episode half-hour series aired nonconsecutively on NBC from April 16 to August 27, 1959, from October 1, 1959, to January 19, 1960, and, finally, from May 12 to September 22, 1961. It starred James Gregory as real-life NYPD Detective Barney Ruditsky, with Robert Karnes as Max, his associate. Ruditsky, who had become... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, crime, 1920's, classic television, NBC, The Lawless Years, ClassicTV, crime...
Part of the 1954 TV series. An Irishman partners with two other persons to purchase a lottery ticket, but then is unable to collect his winnings. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Sherlock Holmes, classic tv, lottery, mystery, detective
This is a 1959 episode of a police drama called "Police Station". This show dealt with the day-to-day goings on in the Precinct 11 Station. 39 episodes were made and the show was syndicated. Very few episodes survive. IMDB only lists two of them here. The story in this episode follows conflicting stories about what happened during a teenage gang war and the arrest of an elderly con woman. Contains original ads. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Police, Police Station, Sandy Howard, Harvey Bernhard
The Lawless Years is the first television crime drama set during the Roaring 20s, having predated ABC's far more successful The Untouchables with Robert Stack by six months. The 47-episode half-hour series aired nonconsecutively on NBC from April 16 to August 27, 1959, from October 1, 1959, to January 19, 1960, and, finally, from May 12 to September 22, 1961. It starred James Gregory as real-life NYPD Detective Barney Ruditsky, with Robert Karnes as Max, his associate. Ruditsky, who had become... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, Lawless Years, 1920's, crime, classic TV, NBC
A college basketball star collaborrates with organized crime and becomes involved in 'point shaving.' A sportswriter tries to get him back on the right track ( 8 reviews ) Topics: 1950s, Noir, John Ireland, Crime
Virus (Fukkatsu no hi 復活の日), literally Day of Resurrection is a 1980 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie directed by Kinji Fukasaku and based on a novel written by Sakyo Komatsu. The movie starred Masao Kusakari, George Kennedy, Robert Vaughn, Chuck Connors, Olivia Hussey, Edward James Olmos, Ken Ogata, Sonny Chiba and Glenn Ford. The film is notable for being the most expensive Japanese film ever made at the time. -Wikipedia DVD ripped from is BCI Cat.No. 47207-9-1, region 1.... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: virus, kinji fukasaku, japanese, japanese film, japanese movie, sonny chiba, apocalypse, post...
byDir: Terence Young / Lee Marvin & Richard Burton
Disturbing drama about the Ku Klux Klan and race starring Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, Cameron Mitchell, Lola Falana and Linda Evans. Directed by Terence Young (of James Bond (Dr. No & From Russia With Love) fame). Based on the novel by William Bradford Huie. This is probably the cut TV version of the movie. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: movies, drama, crime, Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, Cameron Mitchell, Lola Falana, Linda Evans, Ku...